Are the magnets really magic? Kindergarten learners are exploring the properties of magnets in different centers and love watching how two magnets attract and repel each other. 

The 1st grade class is having a wonderful time learning about symmetry in math class! Through the manipulation of pattern blocks and other tools, the students have been making ornate, symmetrical creations!  

The monthly intramural program, Community Cooking, prepared BLTs, PBJ sandwiches, and homemade cookies. All the food they made in the Sage kitchen was delivered by the students to Joseph's House. The students would like to thank their parents for supporting the program through the generous food donations. 

Once upon a time in a magical land in preK, the children used their imagination to create their own puppet show, build houses for The Three Little Pigs and create their very own Fairy Tale books!

Dive into science with Sage students! Students created their own tsunami wave to better understand how tsunami waves vary from other tidal waves which includes how they form. Students created their own coast line then their own tsunami wave to see what happens.

The 3-4s had an adventurous time at The NYS Museum. The students learned about 'The People of the Longhouse' and examined archaeological evidence, first-hand accounts, and stepped into a full-size reconstruction of a Mohawk longhouse to explore the culture, values, and daily-life of Iroquois families.

Every day as we walk, talk, think, and breathe, all of our body systems are hard at work! The 5-6 science class investigated these body systems through an experiential lab, visiting a series of stations to explore how these systems function together in our bodies. 
 

Let It Snow, Let It Snow! 

PreK has been learning all about snow and ice. They have been building snowpals in the block area, explored colored snow (shaving cream) and made handprint snowflakes. Their favorite activity was the exploding snowpals!